These are the source files that the Trip-N-Play cds were made from. Perhaps an astropsychonaut star lizard handed you one while tripping at a festival. . . . ####INSTRUCTION#####Injest your favorite halluninogenwait 30 minuteswhen you feel the rising trip,,, press PLAYTRIP and PLAY ( 1 reviews ) Topics: tripnplay, psychedelic, schwagstock
James Hunnicutt performing The Misfits' classic "Halloween" on The After Dark Horror Fest in 2008 sometime. The After Dark Horror Fest is brought to you by 89.9FM KGRG every Thursday Night from 10-12midnight & features the best in horror rock & psychobilly music. KGRGR is run by Green River Community College in Auburn, WA. Hear more James Hunnicutt, find tour dates & buy merch at- myspace.com/jameasabilly jameshunnicutt.com myspace.com/jhatrs ( 1 reviews ) Topics: James Hunnicutt, Misfits, Halloween, Danzig, KGRG, Auburn, Washington, GRCC, After Dark Horror Fest
I wanted to make a playlist for myself to simulate a radio day. Mainly programs from the 40's. few early 50's mixed in. Most episodes are from October. I mixed in some music as well. I play this on an mp3 disc with it set to shuffle for a true mix. I hope you enjoy it. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: OTR, October, Playlist
Sample collage artist FortyOne returns with another Comfort Stand release. This time round it's a single of 2 songs (accompanied on the b-side by Midas). Check out more information about this swingin' single on it's Comfort Stand release page and you can listen Fortyone's EP "Different Mayonnaise" right here. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Electronic, Lo-Fi, Found Sounds, Experimental
The Trip Daddys are a rockin' trio from St. Louis, Missouri who combine punk energy with raw 50s rockabilly. These cats have been cutting their teeth since 1995, honing their repertoire of Eddie Cochran and Carl Perkins shaped originals and building up quite a following for their vibrant psychobilly tuneage. Supporting slots have included Jason & the Scorchers, Hep Cat, Brian Setzer, Hank III, and the Twistin Tarantulas. Missouri may well be where the rivers run, yet the Trip Daddys are... ( 1 reviews ) Topic: The Trip Daddys
I was bored and just wanted to see if I could still blend beats. House lovers would appreciate this. I haven't DJed in 8 years. I was listening to a mix on tv, and thought I could still do that. I guess I can. Radio Edit!!! (I wouldn't do anything else.) ( 1 reviews ) Topics: house, electro, tech, dj, dj kid mix, mix, blend, who, you, with, wit, raising, the, roof, bad,...
Stop motion send up involving an Atom and His Package cover of a misfits song sped up to sound like chipmunks. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Animation, Humor, Stop motion, Clay, Compositing, Cover, Sped up, Speed, Tweak, Bitch
01 the atlantics - war of the worlds 02 marty robbins - ain't i right 03 lalo schifrin - the school bus (demo) 04 ed burkey - night rider 05 doug brown & the omens/bob seger - balled of the yellow beret 06 hugo montenegro - hang 'em high 07 janet greene - commie lies 08 rappin' rabbit 09 aunt bertha & tiny tot calvin - christian cowboy 10 wee willy shantz - hush puppy hush 11 satan's sadists soundtrack - the chase is on 12 the hustlers - inertia 13 lorne greene - endless prairie 14... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: surf, country, mix
Monster based on the 1941 Movie "Mad Monster". Its a Musicvideo for "Abends im Park" a Composition from the Album Spielfilm. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: monster, horror, experimental, art, musicvideo, psychedelic, videoart
When I was a kid growing up in the 80s I remember how fascinated I was the first time I watched Thriller, Night of the Living Dead or Midnight Hour on TV. I would go to sleep at night with my imagination racing. Putting the covers over my neck so vampires wouldn't bite me when I slept. I would look down the dark hallway in our house from our well lit kitchen and feel a temporary sense of security from the the menacing unknown things lurking in the shadows. Even schlocky stuff like Morgan... ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Halloween Vibes
Things I've collected over the years or acquired on mixtapes and comps or gathered from the internet or the library or my parents' attic. I make no claims to "discovering" or "owning" anything. Neither do you. It's whatever I feel like playing that week. Things that may or may not be familiar. Who knows. Past weeks here too. Just type "Magic Whistle Radio Hour" in the search engine. Here's the pertinent information: THE LIGHT CRUST DOUGHBOYS- Beer Drinking Mama... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Novelty, Pop, Blues, Cartoon, Jazz, RnB, RocknRoll, Country, Song Poems, Garage Punk, 1930s, 1940s,...
The Cliff Edwards Show premiered on NBC in 1944 and moved to ABC in 1946. Cliff Edwards then got his first TV series on CBS in 1949. Audio Files Sourced: Cliff Edwards Show - Free OTR Shows ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Cliff Edwards Show, OTR:Old Time Radio
The 60s and 70s were a great time to grow up in Cleveland, Ohio as it was a golden age for Horror Show Hosts. In the 60s we had Ghoulardi and Hoolan & Big Chuck. In the 70s we had The Ghoul and Super Host. It all started with Ghoulardi, who warped an entire generation of young Northern Ohioans. Unlike other Horror Hosts, who were spooky crypt lerkers, Ghoulardi was like a psycotic ethnic beatnik. The shows were peppered with "in" jokes about local media personalities and Parma,... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Ghoulardi, Erine Anderson, The Ghoul, Super Host, Hoolan and Big Chuck, Cleveland Ohio, Parma Ohio,...
Virtuous keyboard/synthesizer recreations of the famous music from Toho's classic sci-fi and fantasy movies around Godzilla and his universe (Rodan, Mothra, The Mysterians, Gorath, The War of the Gargantuas, Atragon etc.) - famous themes by Akira Ifukube, Masaru Sato, Yuji Koseki and others. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: godzilla, kaiju, toho, sci-fi, fantasy, monsters, makoto inoue, akira ifukube, yuji koseki, masaru...
program 3025. featuring original 78 rpm recordings from the Four Tunes with the Sid Bass Orchestra, Lola Ameche, Fats Waller, Louis Prima, Paul Whiteman's Orchestra, Nellie Lutcher, Nelson Eddy and Tiny Hill. 21 min 52 sec. if you enjoy the show, please review it, thanks! visit our website - http://knowston.yolasite.com/ ( 2 reviews ) Topics: 78 rpm recordings, broadcast, music programs, Four Tunes, Sid Bass, Lola Ameche, Fats Waller, Louis...
Produced in November of 1927 by Silverton, OR photographer June Drake with the assistance of Albert Adams, owner of the local theatre known locally as "The Palace." The original Palace burned down and was re-built in the 1930s. This film depicts a number of different scenes of Silverton life in the 1920s. Starting off with a scene of Eugene Field Elementary, with staff and the administration of Silverton School District. The film is not complete, ending less than halfway through, (the... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: home movie, Silverton, Oregon
Here is the rare vinyl album "Famous Monsters Speak", originally available from Famous Monsters Magazine with two old time radio style dramas Frankenstein & Dracula- both narrated by Gabriel Dell of the East Side Kids. Also a tribute to the man behind Dark Shadows, Dan Curtis. Part 1 ( 2 reviews ) Topics: frankenstein, monster
All tracks written by Fortyone Artwork by Fortyone & Fortyfour Thanks to the family and the 45's "I wish to announce that... How did a vintage jazz/blues collector get involved with Fortyone?" Well, a little more than a year ago, I was poking around on the Web, looking for unusual old sounds to download (Im especially interested in material from the 78 RPM era.). I stumbled upon the Comfort Stand site, and was delighted by Fortyones Different Mayonnaise album his choice of sampled... ( 3 reviews ) Topic: cut'n'paste and love
When it comes to sampling new music, you can't beat the beauty of a single. It's a little 2-song taste-test: side A to awaken the senses, and a B side that just might make you hungry for more. Periodically throughout April and September 2004, the Swingin' Singles series served up musical morsels from a variety of talented artists. This compilation presents the series in its entirety: fourteen artists, thirty-two tracks, two little jewel cases of assorted treats to nibble at your leisure. You're... ( 3 reviews ) Topic: Music
A CBC, Vancouver radio adaptation from 1965 of "The Kraken Wakes"--an apocalyptic science fiction novel by John Wyndham. Please comment with any additional information to supplement or correct this description. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: The Kraken Wakes, John Wyndham, CBC Radio, otr, old time radio, science fiction
This is a vintage toy commercial for Lionel trains.This set is for one of the more popular space and science theamed toys ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Third Eye Cinema, Jon Behrens, Classic TV, Vintage Toy Commercials, vintage television commercial,...
aka "Dementia". Could have been called "Alice in Film-noirland" A very dreamlike story indeed. Not so far from "Carnival of Souls" or Orson Welles' "Trial". John Parker was only the producer. Co-star Bruno VeSota is suspected to have been the real author of this treat. more info on http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0047976/ and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daughter_of_Horror ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Bruno VeSota, nightmare, horror
This is the skit that was on LIVE tv. Red brings a cow on stage and the cow does a little improv of her own. This was seen by millions of viewers that night. Now you get to see it too. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: red skelton, blooper, tv
Two episodes (first one is a re-upload) of "Ranch Party", hosted by Tex Ritter. 1. Carl Perkins ("Blue Suede Shoes", "Your True Love"), Lorrie Collins ("There He Goes"), Ranch Party Gang ("Night Train To Memphis"), Smiley Burnette ("Hominy Grits"), Wes and Marilyn Tuttle ("Hey Good Lookin'"), Tex Ritter ("Children and Fools"), Mac Wiseman ("Wabash Cannonball") and the Collins Kids ("Kaw-liga").... ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, 1950's Television, Country, 1957
Sixteen year old Robbins Barstow, an Amateur Cinema League member and a fan of Johnny Weissmuller's Tarzan movies, rounded up his siblings and friends and led them into the wilds of Granby, Connecticut for this epic tale of a journey into Edgar Rice Burroughs' Africa. Also available with commentary by the filmmaker on the DVD "Living Room Cinema: Films From Home Movie Day, Vol. I". ( 11 reviews ) Topics: home movie, Barstow Travel Adventure.
An animated film, in humorous style, which makes the point that dissimilarities between people are not basic but result from superficial environmental influences. Based on the pamphlet 'RACES OF MANKIND' by Ruth Benedict and Gene Weltfish. SPONSOR: United Auto Workers. PRODUCTION CO.: United Productions of America. DIRECTOR: Robert Cannon. WRITERS: Ring Lardner Jr., Maurice Rapf, Phil Eastman. MUSIC: Paul Smith. ANIMATION: John Hubley. ( 7 reviews )
Twisting through a neighborhood of quasars on the other side of our galaxy we fall into "Interplanetary Materials". Colossal re-composition of the senses Doc Who style with a splash of Rimbaud. 36 artists. Double album action. Artists include: AP3S, Archbishop Jason Polland, Astrochimp, Atton Paul, B.C. Sterrett, Big Celestrial Orchestre, Bruce Lenkei, Dana Countryman, Eddie the Rat, Fortyone, Full Load Of King, Gulag Picture Radio, Howard Amb, Inzah, Jack Fetterman and the in Hi-Fi... ( 8 reviews ) Topics: Alt. Rock, Electronic